Published: Mon, June 10, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

FromSoftware reveal George R.R. Martin's Elden Ring

FromSoftware reveal George R.R. Martin's Elden Ring

"Collaborating with George R.R. Martin to create the Elden Ring mythos has been a genuinely delightful experience and a source of wonderful inspiration", Miyazaki, the president of FromSoftware and game director on Elden Ring, said in a statement.

Elden Ring will have "a wide variety of weapons, magic, and ways to engage enemies", Miyazaki said, and this should allow people to play however they wish. EA also touched on the action-adventure RPG Anthem, that had a rocky launch earlier this year. Given that FromSoft is collaborating with George R.R. Martin, we just hope that whatever curse is preventing him from finishing The Winds of Winter won't transfer its bad energy to Elden Ring. Given that Elden Ring is from the studio that gave us Dark Souls, Bloodborne and Sekiro, you can probably already form a mental picture of what this looks like.

At Microsoft's E3 2019 press conference, Bandai Namco presented the official E3 2019 trailer for FromSoftware's upcoming game, Elden Ring. "Elden Ring's world was constructed using this mythos and stimulus as a base".

Biden Leads Among Iowa Voters as Candidates Flock to State
And you see it bunched up amongst the three virtually tied for second place: "Sanders, Warren, and Buttigieg". It had a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.

From Software didn't do us the favor of mentioning a release date with the announcement trailer. Don't tell me you don't see it. Look up at the sky.

As development progressed, the title became a "dark fantasy action RPG" featuring various elements that From Software was not able to achieve with the Dark Souls franchise. He calls himself a huge fan of Martin's work and has been known to recommend some of Martin's books to new employees. Miyazaki's games have always left much of the storytelling murky and in the background, whereas Martin's writing - at least on Thrones - centres on intrigue happening in the here and now.

Like this: